January 3rd, 2005

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MABFAN Newsletter #44 (January 2005)

I've just sent out the January 2005 MABFAN Newsletter, which can also be found here if you're not on the mailing list.

The newsletter contains my end of year roundup (two stories published in 2004), a note of the upcoming conventions where gnomi and I will be over the next few months, and information on voting in the Analog AnLab awards and nominating in the Hugos. I feel strongly enough about those last two that I'll repeat the information here.

If you're a regular reader of Analog, they have the AnLab ballot on their webpage at http://www.analogsf.com/analogreaders_2004.shtml. Voting closes on February 1, 2005.

If you were a member of Noreascon 4, or are currently a member of Interaction (the 2005 Worldcon), you can nominate in the Hugo Awards. I know a lot of people out there were at Noreascon 4, so don't miss your opportunity to participate in the process. More information can be found at http://www.interaction.worldcon.org.uk/hugo.htm, including how to get a Hugo nominating ballot and where to mail it.